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Established in 1971, the Prince George Figure Skating Club (PGFSC) and its nationally certified professional coaches have been offering Skate Canada's acclaimed national skating programs to the City of Prince George residents for 49 years. With over 360 members, PGFSC offers skating programs for all ages and abilities.  Our programming includes Learning to Skate programs for skaters 3 years and up teaching beginning skating skills in groups with skaters of same levels with 6 levels or training; CanPower programs for skaters to build and improve on skills required for hockey and ringette; Figure Skating programs that cover entry level figure skating and continue up to recreational and competitive levels and an Adult Skating program.

Mission Statement

The Prince George Figure Skating Club is an organization committed to developing all skaters to their full potential.

  PGFSC Goals:

  1.   Represent the interest of all club skaters
  2.   Offer programs of excellence
  3.   High standards of coaching
  4.   Access to superior training facilities
  5.   Strong and effective leadership

Board of Directors

Executive 2020/21

 

President  –  Julia Shaddick

Vice President – Lara Lacharite

Secretary – Amber Rushton

Treasurer – Elena Awchoula

Registrar - Julia Shaddick

Test Chair – Amber Friess

Fund Raising Chair – Lara Lacharite

Ice Chair – Jennifer Auston

Director – Starlene Robinson

Director – Bernadette Thompson

Director - Carly Warren

 

Our Coaches

The Prince George Figure Skating Club provides a team-oriented approach to coaching athletes. Our dynamic coaching team strives to ensure that the needs of our skaters of all levels are exceeded, in a progressive, challenging, and fun atmosphere.

meet Our Coaches

 

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bcgaming"We gratefully acknowledge the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development"


Encourage your children to believe in themselves and that you believe in them too. Be positive in their accomplishments and supportive during the ups and downs. Set goals, foster self-responsibility, discourage excuses, encourage persistence. Support their coach.Winning is not always measured by a medal but by simply achieving a goal they have set.